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John McEnroe is back on the microphone Tuesday, calling the delayed fourth-round men's matches at Wimbledon for ESPN. Even though Johnny Mac is our favorite and we're entertained every time we listen to him call tennis, we couldn't help but pick up a few habits and quirks from the former bad boy.

As you listen to McEnroe call the remainder of Wimbledon (and all future Grand Slam matches), play along with Busted Racquet's "John McEnroe Bingo" game. Click on the image for a larger version.

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